Sony updated its PlayStation Store refund policy Monday, letting you get your money back on games, add-ons or downloadable content within two weeks.The tweaked policy lets you get the funds back into your PlayStation Network wallet, but only applies until you hit download — after that, you’ll have to prove the content is faulty before you can get your money back.
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